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in our modern society. this is by a study that by mckenzie and company, back in 2010. prize is a very old idea, very powerful in our modern society. surprisingly powerful in our modern society. mckenzie also said this, 32,000, in 2010, there were 32,000no competitions, competitions, prizes, awards. that's a big number. it could be bigger but it's a big number, for one year, 32,000 competitions happened. to continue on in myk mckenzie also said this, while tens of thousands of prizes and awards are give out every year, we've been struck by the lack of conferences or professional associations to share best practices and facilitate collaboration. now there's some kind of relationship between what doing here today, and that. i don't know exactly what it is, but hopefully by the end of tonight and tomorrow, we can start j we're doing here, can really start toqphp having an organization, or, you know, somethingd exactly what mckenzie is saying is missing. so this just brings me to myó last question. and it's why are we here. here inca this room. that's just one side of it. i'm not talking abo
. so what has changed? well, there was a huge mistake made at the time of the breakup. mckenzie is a well-known company. at the time of the breakup, at&t had to make a decision. should we keep our cellular spectrum, which the fcc had given us, or should we let the others have it and mckenzie productive as of the year 2000, there would be 1 million users with cellular telephones. except it was off by 99 million. there were actually about 100 million cellular subscribers in the year 2000. that fundamentally changed the world. they basically gave up the ghost by letting go of cellular. long long-distance has ceased to be a separate business. there are always people arguing in washington. but if you actually look, the latest government statistics are 32% of the people don't even have landline telephones anymore. they use cell phones. the competition out there, in terms of the internet. 4-g is coming in. i would be willing to predict that in 10 or 15 years, the majority of youth on the internet will be over mobile phones and cell phones throughout the world. >> host: if you expand th
idea that is surprisingly powerful in our modern society. this is by a study that by mckenzie and company back in 2010. prize is a very old idea, very powerful in our modern society. surprisingly powerful in our modern society. mckenzie also said this 32,000 in 2010, there were 32,000no competitions, competitions prizes awards. that's a big number. it could be bigger but it's a big number, for one year, 32,000 competitions happened. to continue on in myk mckenzie also said this while tens of thousands of prizes and awards are give out every year we've been struck by the lack of conferences or professional associations to share best practices and facilitate collaboration. now there's some kind of relationship between what doing here today and that. i don't know exactly what it is, but hopefully by the end of tonight and tomorrow, we can start j we're doing here can really start toqphp having an organization or, you know somethingd exactly what mckenzie is saying is missing. so this just brings me to myó last question. and it's why are we h
as well. so what has changed? well, there was a huge mistake made at the time of the breakup. mckenzie, which is much in the news the last few days but is a well known con sutting company -- consulting company, at the time of the breakup, at&t had to make a decision. should we keep our cellular inspection or let the box have it? so they asked mckenzie, and mckenzie predicted that as of the year 2000 there'd be a million users in the united states of cellular telephones. it was off by 99 million. there were actually about 100 million cellular subscribers in the year 2000. so that's fundamentally changed the world. and at&t, although they invented cell phones at bell labs, basically let up the ghost by letting go of cellular. so that's what i see, is long distance ceased to be a business, separate business, and you have cell phones. i would disagree with the lack of competition. i mean, there are always people in washington arguing everything. that's how they stay in business. but if you actually look, the latest government statistics are 32% of the people don't even have land line telep
spots on the roads. >> also, my nieces, cindy and mckenzie in oklahoma. happy holidays and happy thanksgiving. >>> two people are dead and dozens more are spending the day in the hospital after a massive pileup on the freeway. it happened on interstate 10 near beaumont, texas. while the traffic was cleared, it was so foggy at 8:00 this morning, drivers could not see the car or truck in front of them. up to 150 vehicles were involved in the pileup, including fedex trucks full of delivery boxes. >>> here in california, six people have died in collisions across the state. four of them were not wearing seat belts. it's a story we hear too often. stephanie chuang has the story of a personal friend lost in a tragic accident. >> reporter: an only child, but a friend to many. including me. >> she loves love. >> reporter: figuring out her place in the world. erica had just moved from fremont to l.a. >> she had so much love to give. such a big heart. >> reporter: an unparalleled passion. but that life was cut short. around 4:00 monday morning, as she slept in her friend's car, they crashed
. >> mckenzie i drew a stocking. >> very cool. >> nathan. >> what is your tie about? >> it is all about christmas. it's christmas wreath. >> awesome. >> adam and my design is a rein deer. >> he is a comedian by the way. >> anthony. what is your tie? >> a snowman once i built one with my family outside of our home. >> let's wish for lots of snow. this is mia. she passed away before she was present. we spoke with her family they drove here to be with us. the ties are on sale. can you find them at any jos a. bank store or online t goes to help the hopkins children's center. back to you. >> he is accused of running over a student and taking off a man arrested will today learn how long he will be in jail. >>> a theft caught on camera. the man police are looking for after he made off with puppies. >>> in gas, no power, no relief. the last thing people on the east coast need, they don't need a snow storm. how they are left with a disaster in a matter of days. >>> the weekend is here. will you need the big coat, rain gear or sunglasses. >>> and traffic is moving along here at i-195. we're st
. >> this is from mckenzie. she's nine now. >> you can buy your ties at joseph a bank. >> all right. the president is back in washington today, ready to get to work in his second day in office. how did he pull out such a decisive victory? a lot of folks were surprised. >> reporter: right now you have republicans and democrats poring through the graphics. >> the best is yet to come. >> reporter: polls showed a tight race for the white house. in the end the results showed the president lead mitt romney by more than a million votes. >> i returned to the white house more determined and more inspired than ever about the work there is to do and the future that lies ahead. >> reporter: the victory was made possible because of support from key groups of voters. 55% of women voted for obama compared to 44% for romney. it's about the same as in 2008. he won the support of 56% of women, a stark difference between romney and obama and support from african-americans and latinos. 93% of african-americans and 71% of latinos choosing obama. in 2008 the president won 96% of the african-american vote and 67% of the
. >> many companies are going to simply stop offering insurance. mckenzie and company found that over a third of employers are already considering not providing insurance. >> the penalty is cheaper. >> this employer mandated plan adds $1.79 per hour every hour for the kwcost of hiring a busb or waitress or receptionist. when you are hiring neurosurgeons when you are hiring others it does. >> employers stop offering insurance to pay a penalty. they will. here are people who are getting insurance on the job and have a full-time job. >> we will continue our workers under self insurance but it's going to raise the cost for us and the employees. >> you may expand less? >> you expand with capital. >> they drive some people offshore you see the components you buy, filtratiofiltration. all of those moved offshore? >> many of them have. if you think about it america should repeat. modern manufacturing uses machine tools. iffer you put enough regulation and if you have trouble. >> it's not the cost of the american worker it's confusion over there. that's the big issue for normal manufacturing m
>>> tomorrow we have a big show, "twilight" actress mckenzie foye is going to be with us and chris tucker. >>> plus, people's magazine sexiest man alive. >> happy birthday to bo's mom. >>> i'm jim cramer and welcome to my world. you need to get in the game. >> firms are going to go out of business and he's nuts. they're nuts. they know nothing. i like to say there is a bull market somewhere. "mad money" you can't afford to miss it. hey, i'm cramer. welcome to "mad money." welcome to cramerica. other people want to make friends. i'm just trying to help you save some money. i'm trying to educate you. call me at 1-800-743-cnbc. why aren't we getting crushed? why isn't the market being laid to waste by the big issues in washington? ♪ >> today the dow closing down 59 points and the nasdaq declining. isn't it logical to ask why we have not been clubbed into bearish submission considering the radical changes and spending cuts that can stop any economy in it's tracks. [ sound of train ] >> i mind why we aren't pummeled instead of being unchanged like yesterday is because there are factor
. >> stephanie: we have a huge line up, dade including david crosby. >> and ben mckenzie. >> stephanie: right here in our house. [♪ circus music ♪] >> a very, very fine house. >> i don't think there's any more room in the house. >> stephanie: no cats in the yard. >> we have four cats in the yard. >> stephanie: god, it's no wonder i'm sick. is it too early to whine with everybody that's going on on the east coast. >> it depends. >> ah, yeah. >> stephanie: sexy liberal, our donations are going to the red cross. >> you're not sending a bus ala mitt romney. >> stephanie: no we're not going to drop canned goods on people. really mittens? and then we find out they bought the stuff. >> and if people didn't have something, they would hand it to them. >> stephanie: that's what i mean. here take your prop. >> the polls are starting -- >> stephanie: yeah, the polls are really starting to reflect this. you know how i tease stuff on the air because i'm a radio professional, and then i forget -- >> and during a commercial break in hour three, you said i didn't tell the story and the
of the world. >> reporter: 17-year-old mckenzie cowell of wenatchee, washington, was bright beautiful and full of life. the industrial high school senior had a keen interest in fashion and the performing arts. she took courses at a local beauty school. >> mckenzie was a very energetic and motivated person. she had a schedule that was so full that i don't know how she even did it. >> reporter: on a clear and chilly february day in 2009 mackenzie simply disappeared. >> mackenzie cowell is a student here. it's 3:00. she leaves out this door here. she walks over to her car. she gets in. she drives out and she's never seen alive again. >> reporter: four days after she disappeared, her body was found along the bank of the columbia river. suspect after suspect was checked out until christopher scott wilson was arrested. wilson's family hired world famous seattle defense attorney john henry brown. brown once represented serial killer ted bundy and is now defending robert bales, the american soldier accused of mass murder in afghanistan. in the mid '90s, he came to wenatch
. >> i had vomiting syndrome and as soon as i start vomiting, i can't stop. >> mckenzie drew stockings. anthony loves snow men. >> go outside and build snowmen and we did and now i have my drawing at home. >> i drew apples with worms because when i was drawing the tie i was eating an apple and gummy worms. >> be happy with bumblebees and my family inspired me. >> maya harris drew her presents design in april one month before she passed away. the 9-year-old battled cystic fibrosis all her life. >> she's still with us evident. every day. >> good because she made the tie and just to see it is amazing. >> all of the proceeds go to the children's center to help families pay for what insurance doesn't cover. >> everything from toys to even some special amenities for parents to just things to make families more comfortable and at home in the hospital. >> they're popular every year, we get tons of requests for them, they blow out on the internet. it's great for us to support the children's center at john's hopkins. >> one of my favorite is from patrick craig from pasadena who made a ravens foo
, elizabeth and mckenzie. please keep your blind folds on until i ask you to take them off. here is theresa peterson before. all right. let's see the new you. >> such a great look. take off your blind folds. take them off. >> wow! all right. are you ready, mom? >> oh, my gosh. oh, this is wonderful. >> you look great. you look fantastic. >> look right at that camera. tell us about the hair, louis. >> she has a great beautiful swept away haircut. it's so pretty. i made the color a little deeper. it looks like you. it doesn't look like it's me. and that's the most important thing about color. and accented with natural-looking makeup. >> which is wonderful. >> what do you guys think? >> it's great. i like it. >> that dress is hot. >> spot on. go, girl. >> this is really the first day where they can go out. we wanted to give her something she could really wear today. this is from london times. and the high boots you said are actually comfortable. from pay less. >> you can walk in them en. >> thank you so much. >> yes, beautiful. >> all right. our second lady is our own christine, only 23 years
. david mckenzie is following the story and i asked him how bad he's hearing it's getting. >> reporter: it could be the next front line in the global fight against al qaeda linked terrorists. that's the landlocked country of mali in west africa. earlier this year, two islamic groups took over large parts of the country. now the u.n. security council has given a specific deadline to come up with a detailed military plan to get rid of them. it's caused a humanitarian disaster. more than a quarter of a million people, according to the u.n. refugee agency, have fled northern mali into regional states. this is an important story for the u.s. it came up several times in the u.s. presidential election because these groups, including al qaeda in the islamic magrib are holding sway. erin? >>> coming up, after all the awful things we have seen this week, we saw this. in the middle of the storm. all you need is love. the wheels of progress. seems they haven't been moving much lately. but things are starting to turn around because of business people like you. and regions is here to help. with the
. great to see you. >> happy holidays. >>> tomorrow we have a big show, "twilight" actress mckenzie foye is going to be with us and chris tucker. >>> plus, people's magazine sexiest man alive. >> happy birthday to bo's mom.
is what we're really here to do is celebrate the governor's birthday. i understand mckenzie is going to come and sing, right? everyone is coming? alright. great, so we want to hear them. i'm not going to sing. they're going to sing. [singing, happy birthday] happy birthday to you ♪ [applaus [applause] >> grandpa? >> all girls and one more on the way! [applause] we're expecting our fifth grand daughter in december. about a month away, so anyway, aren't they great? thank you very much, girls. first of all, i want to thank you all for come together night. i want to especially thank my girls for leading birthday song. you girls are great and you did a wonderful job and i'm really proud of you. [applause] i want to thank my wonderful wife, chris, and my entire family, my two sons and daughter and their spouses and the extended family. all of the people that have been such a wonderful support system for me. i also want to thank another special family. the krans family that own insurance land. this is a great example for a family that provides wonderful recreational opportunity for people
allen and reggie mckenzie after the game. he faced the media. win or lose. we haven't been winning and the game hasn't been close the last three weeks. >> how frustrated are you at the point? i couldn't put it on a one to ten. >> i'm not happy. i will put it that way but why should i be. why should anyone in the room be? . >>> warriors with a tough time facing oklahoma city on the road. look out below. game high 30 points for westbrook. late third quarter, kevin doesn't penetrates and finishes. first triple double. 119-109. >>> the warriors are back in action against the mavericks. stanford moves up to eight in the bcs standing after last night's win in oregon. notre dame and alabama are one and two respectively. back to you. >> that was a crazy game last night with stanford. you were hooting and hollering in comcast, as well, huh? >> yeah. screaming here and pretty exciting. you could hear from palo alto to san francisco. pretty nice. >> even a cal grad was rooting for stanford. thank you, dave. >> gd for you, di. appreciate that. >> absolutely. >>> coming up the surprise cameo by
's not really anything. it's just going to take time, but i just -- so i think it will be harder for mckenzie and connor to warm up to him because he has been gone, and is he kind of like a stranger to them. >> you know, so we've seen a lot of that today, fredricka. when you hang out there when the passengers come up to meet family members, these soldiers, they arrived to applause. you see the signs out there. family members, these kids that are holding signs, welcome home daddy, welcome home mom. >> what about these big meals, these thanksgiving meals that are being arranged for a lot of these troops and their families? >> look, we know and i mentioned earlier, you know, so a lot of troops coming in. we know that the uso here at atlanta jackson international airport, they will be. >> it's always so great to see ru re-unions of family members and these returning troops. thanks so much, george. appreciate that in atlanta's heartsfield airport. >>> there are more than a million active duty u.s. troops searching in the united states and around the world. >> hi. i'm captain charisse ellis here in
country. david mckenzie is in nairobi and i asked him what the rebels were planning next. >> they're pushing on to new front lines after they took the key town. thousands of civilians have fled the scene. more than 100,000 people are in desperate need of humanitarian assistance. comes after the rebels took the city this week. right now, there are moves to go to the negotiating table. the rebel leader has been summoned to uganda with talks, but they're worried that this bloody situation could get even worse. tom? >> our fifth story "outfront." >> they're pushing on to new front lines after they took the key town. thousands of civilians have fled the scene. more than 100,000 people are in desperate need of humanitarian assistance. comes after the rebels took the city this week. right now, there are moves to go to the negotiating table. the rebel leader has been summoned to uganda with talks, but they're worried that this bloody situation could get even worse. tom? >> our fifth story "outfront." the election is barely behind us, but speculation is already shifting to who will be runn
asked david mckenzie who are the rebels and what do they want. >> reporter: they split from the army earlier this year. since then they have been pushing onto a key area along the border of ruwanda. the un said they pushed onto the city using sophisticated equipment. the worry is that this war will pull in regional powers. erin? >> thank you very much. droning have been crisscrossing the skies over gaza for days. we got a tour behind those drones. >> reporter: before the booms and the blasts, a hum. droning were in the air space over gaza and even after the cease fire, they will rerain. days before the conflict broke out, cnn was on the ground to get an inside look. we visited the biggest manufacturer. the company does $3.5 billion annual sales. a quarter of that go to the ministry of defense. >> we can see repositioned. uav's are planes without pilots and they are operated with the click of a mouse >> this is something that is better to be done by an unmanned capability. >> the flying is with a trackball and i'm commanding the direction and the uav will follow my command. when i wan
mckenzie who are the rebels and what do they want. >> reporter: they split from the army earlier this year. since then they have been pushing onto a key area along the border of rwanda. they have been recruiting children, sometimes forcibly, to their cause. it's an accusation rwanda strongly denies, but the u.n. said they pushed into the city using sophisticated equipment. the worry is that this war will pull in regional powers. erin? >> thank you very much. >>> along with warplanes and rockets, drones have been chris cossing the skies over gaza for days. we got a tour behind those drones. >> reporter: before the booms and the blasts, a hum. droning were in the air space over gaza and even after the cease fire, they will rerain. >> they are ubiquitous. hundreds of them flying around. >> reporter: days before the conflict broke out, cnn was on the grown in tell aviv to get an inside look of the manufacturing of the drones. we visited the biggest manufacturer. is rule aerospace industries. the company does $3.5 billion annual sales. a quarter of that go to the ministry of defense.
and violent attacks. cnn's david mckenzie explains. >> reporter: it's become a rallying cry for the gay community in africa. the brutal slaying last year of ugandan activist david cato, bludgeoned to death at his home. the state blamed a ranry. his friends said it was this. cato's front-page photograph in a tabloid calling for gays to be hanged. i met him months before his death. he was afraid. is there space in uganda to be a man and openly gay right now? >> no. public space, we don't have that. by the way, the problem here is identity. i can be with you, it's fine, we can eat and drink together. the moment i identify i'm gay, the problem comes. >> reporter: now it could get even worse. despite international conde condemnati condemnation, uganda and nigeria's parliaments are set to vote through harsh anti-gay laws. life in prison. >> this goes beyond the principle of nondiscrimination. it goes against the principle of privacy, of individuals, and sexual orientation is really a question of the right of an individual to choose how they want to live their lives. >> reporter: david courier
-free, however. hall has been slapped with fine and warning for his verbal altercation with headlinesman mckenzie last week in pittsburgh. they have the worse pass defense in the league, but a turnaround can start this week against the panthers. mike shanahan expects as much, especially out of his veterans. >> this is where normally football teams are taken over by their veterans. you can go one direction or the other. you expect these guys to play at a higher level even with some inexperienced guys. you expect them to get the most out of these other players that may not have played at the highest level they, can but either step up or shut up and that's where you got to get it done. >>> to college and you can expect a fairly simple game plan this saturday for player air at home against georgia tech. enter shawn petty, the terps' fifth quarterback this season, the previous four out on injury. petty was formerly a linebacker making the switch keeping his old number. >> we really don't have any other numbers, you know, to put him in to double him up because all the other numbers are taken and i just
. a straight ugandan could be held accountable for those offenses. and as cnn's david mckenzie first reported a couple of years ago, this is all part of the culture in you gauuganda where newspaper goes so far as to say homosexuals should be hanged. >> reporter: this is the paper in question. it doesn't have much circulation, it is a new paper. but 100 pictures of uganda's top homosexuals. and it basically asks for these people to be hanged and called out on the members of the public to find these people. inside the pages of the newspaper they even have photographs of people that, you know, show their names, say where you can find them and, you know, also give the addresses. so this really shocks people around the world that a newspaper, that generally protects the public, can say that you people should go out and target members of the public. this is in the ugandan context. i want to play a few sound bites from people that we spoke to and we ask them, should gay people be allowed to live and work in uganda? do you mind if we ask you a few questions. do you think gay people have a place in ug
into these programs has long been a problem. a lot of children who were eligible were not enrolled. >> mckenzie and company worldwide came out with a stunning report. they said as many as a third of employers are considering canceling their coverage for their workers. so whatever happened to the president's promise, if you like your coverage you get to keep it? >> yeah, that is going to be a big focus. remember this law is going to be implemented in 2014 and that's an election year. healthcare once again will be front and center, repeal is off the table. i think a lot of the smaller employers are certainly weighing that, weighing dropping coverage, i think the larger employers will stay in because there are incentives that the government gives them to retain their employees on their health plans. that is going to be the biggest thing i think that a lot of people will be watching is how many employers drop their employees. gregg: yeah, because of the medicare cuts, hospitals are going to have $247 billion less to care for the same number of seniors. it's crunch time for everybody. bob cusack of
rates for at least the next three years. and it could go longer. you take you a look at the work by mckenzie, you know after you come off a financial collapse that's gone viral. this is global, not just the u.s. interest rates will remain low for a long period of time. you keep adding trillion dollars of debt -- >> magically if somehow the fiscal cliff were to get solved tomorrow, is the market priced appropriately? meaning do we still have a ways to go down before we go up? >> well, i think in a a lot of what happened yesterday was really tax loss related selling at the margin. people realized the top marginal rates on dividends and capital gains are going up. so a lot is fund flow represented. there's the added complication of what means for the economy and corporate earnings next year. >> i'm saying take the fiscal off -- >> all this culminated in one day's action. i think right now we have a situation where the range of outcomes is extremely wide and then what that tells me from an investment standpoint is that we have doing fully diversified. i would not be taking concentrated bets acro
in 2014 and you could see changes in it. gregg: the well respected management company, mckenzie came out with a report saying as many as a third of employers are now considering canceling coverage, which of course would bee light president's argument that if you like your coverage you get to kaoeupt. lower enrollment, if it happens that a lot of people just don't sign up for this thing, could that lead to higher premiums when the president promised lower premiums? >> well the president did promise lower premiums, and premiums have been going up since obamacare was passed. obviously the whole thing is not in effect yet. but -- this is something republicans have been saying all along, will it strengthen their argument? we'll have to see. they still are a minority party in the senate and they do not control the white house. i should say one of the places republicans are hoping to affect obamacare is in the states. at the recent republican governor's conference in las vegas they seemed to rile lies i a light bulb went off in their head and they said wait a minute, governors control 30 office
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